Why is the Colorado Batman shooter not considered a terrorist?
Published July 24th, 2012 - 12:15 GMT
He's not a Muslim nor did he have any political or religious agenda so does this mean he is not terrorizing people? Why are there so many abandoned cars in Syria? The new Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion; and why Amman’s public space stops at 4th Circle.
Why isn’t the Colorado shooter considered a Terrorist?
"James Holmes is a terrorist.
You would think this would be undisputed. But it’s not. Why? Two reasons keep coming up: 1. He had no overt political agenda for his attack and/or; 2. He is not a Muslim."
'In police states, there is only one political party led by one man until his death. Citizens in police states are forced to believe that they eat, drink, work, live, marry and do their everyday livelihood safely only because of the father, police states call the ruler the father.
And this is why North Koreans wept uncontrollably when their father died and why citizens of police states are forced to believe that they can only survive after the death of their father if his son takes control of the country and becomes their new father.
Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion – Overview and Observations
"Apple is set to release its next update to the Mac operating system OS X tomorrow. However, I’ve been working with Mountain Lion for the past two weeks and here’s an overview of 10.8 as well as some observations.
The update is quite welcome...
Another interesting feature in Safari, which is also present across the Mountain Lion, is some serious iCloud integration."
"The fencing of one of Amman’s major roundabouts, the 4th circle, over the course of several hours marks an anti-urban attitude that the city – via its security apparatus, has indulged in.
The move, which came in the aftermath of an open sit-in that a group of orphans and individuals born out of wedlock had organized, speaks to a reconfigured relationship between the city’s spaces and its citizens. It’s a story of a neglected population that was silenced through urban design."